Town of Edgewood
The Governing Body of the Town of Edgewood now consists of five Commissioners, which includes a Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem. The Commissioners are elected by the Citizens of Edgewood on a nonpartisan basis. The Governing Body holds Executive, Legislative, and Quasi-Judicial powers. The Commissioners now appoint a Town Manager, who is the Chief Administrator of the town, having been delegated most of the executive duties of the Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem, and the other Commissioners Learn more about Commission-Manager government and each position here.
Beginning in February 2022, Town Meetings will be held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall Commission Chambers at 6:30 PM. Citizens are encouraged to attend these meetings to keep informed of town issues and to provide input. (See Meeting Agendas, Detailed Packets, and Minutes here).
In addition to attending in person at 171-A NM Highway 344 (formerly north building of Edgewood Elementary School), Citizens can view on live stream at the Town of Edgewood Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TownOfEdgewoodNM.
Minutes of Town Commission meetings are available here. Video recordings of Town Commission meetings are posted here.
505-250-7724 - mobile
|Mayor Pro Tem
505-249-8978 - mobile
Filandro R. Anaya
505-259-7497 - mobile
505-249-9238 - mobile
505-259-8126 - mobile
The Commission values your opinions and suggestions. Please feel free contact them either by email, phone, or public comment at a Town Commission Meeting. A public comment sign-up sheet is always available before each Town Commission Meeting. When prompted, citizens in-person, on the phone, or online who wish to make public comments may address the Governing Body. More ways to Get Involved
Town of Edgewood Updates
Periodically, members of Edgewood's Governing Body will provide video updates to share information on town activities, projects, and facilities.
November 29, 2022 Update
July 8, 2022 Update
March 29, 2022 Update
February 10, 2022 Update
In accordance with the Commissioner-Manager form of government, the Town of Edgewood established five commission districts for the town. Districts reflect a balanced distribution of population and are required to be re-evaluated with each decennial census to maintain balance. For more information about Edgewood's districts, see District Boundary Map and Population Breakdown by District. Learn about the districting process with this districting presentation.